Kalahi-NCDDP nagpondo kang P409.5M para sa mga Barangay kang Antique

  • May 19, 2017
  • Pilar S. Mabaquiao

SAN JOSE, Antique, (PIA6) – Ang Department of Social Welfare and Development nagpagua kang P409,527,001.42 para sa probinsya kang Antique sa idalom kang Kalahi-NCDDP (National Community Driven Development Project).

Dya nagasakop kang 590 barangays nga may 659 sub-projects, hambal ni Joy Velasco, Sub Regional Project Coordinator kang Antique Guimaras kag Iloilo 1 sa sangka hinun-anun.

Ang una nga ‘cylce’ kang proyekto nag-umpisa kang 2016 kun sa diin 99 porsyento run nga natapos kag nakabenepisyo da 138,393 ka mga panimalay samtang ang Cycle 2 may 20 pa lamang kang porsyento ang nataposkag ginala-uman nga makaserbisyo sa 17,941 ka mga panimalay.

Ang pianakabahol nga pondo nag-agto sa Basic Infrastructure parehas kang karsada kag tulay sa mga barangay nga may 31 ka porsyento, samtang ang mga proyekto nga ‘Construction of River Protection structures, kalog, drainage system, solar powered street lights sa idalom kang Environmental Protection and Reservation may 30 porsyento kag ang and Basic Social Services parehas kang health kag day care center may 29 ka porsyento.

Ang walo ka porsyento nag-agto sa Community Production, Economic Support and Common Service Facilities parehas kang galingan, thresher kag iba pa kag ang nabilin nga darwa ka porsyento nag-agto sa Skills Training and Capability Building lakip na ang mga paghanas preparasyon sa kalamidad.

Ang mga proyekto naka[atigayon man kang obrahan sa 10,654 ka mga trabahador kag sora 50 porsyentomkadya halin sa komunidad, May kabilogan nga 1,921 ang mga trabahador nga babaye kag 1,780 ang meimbro kang Pantawid Pamilya.

Nagapasalamat si Velasco sa suporta kang mga opisyales sa barangay, banwa kag probinsya nga nakapadasig tapos kang mga proyekto.

Ana man gindayaw ang pagbulig kang mga katawhan sa komunidad kag andang pagbantay nga tayuyo nga matapos kang proyekto nga dekalidad .

Ang Cycle 2 gina-lauman nga matapos sa sulod kang darwa ka bulan samtang ang Cycle 3 sa idalom pa lang kang Social Preparation Stage. Dya nagalakip na kang ‘big impact projects’ hambal ni Velasco.

(JSC/PSM/PIA6 Antique)



P409M KALAHI-NCDDP funds released to Antique barangays

By: Pilar S. Mabaquiao

SAN JOSE, Antique, May 17 (PIA6) – The Department of Social Welfare and Development has released the amount of P409,527,001.42 for the province of Antique under the project KALAHI-National Community Driven Development Project.

This covers the 590 barangays in the province with 659 sub-projects, said Joy Velasco, Sub Regional Project Coordinator covering Antique Guimaras and Iloilo 1 in an interview.

She said, the Cycle 1 of the project that started in 2016 is 99 percent completed benefiting 138,393 households while Cycle 2 is only on its 20 percent completion and expected to serve 17,941 households.

The biggest slice of the budget was spent for Basic Infrastructure like roads and bridges with 31 percent, Construction of River Protection structures, drainage system, solar powered street lights among other projects under the Environmental protection and Conservation got 30 percent while Basic Social Services such as establishment of health and day care centers has 29 percent.

The remaining 8 percent went to Community Production, Economic Support and Common Service Facilities like post-harvest facilities and 2 percent went to Skills Training and Capability Building including disaster preparedness activities.

The project has also employed 10,654 laborers with at least 50 percent from the community, 1,921 are women laborers and 1,780 are beneficiaries of Pantawid Pamilya.

Velasco thanked the all-out support of the local officials (barangays, municipal and provincial levels) that facilitated the timely completion of the project.

She also lauded the active involvement of community leaders and their vigilance in seeing to it that the projects are constructed according to standard and with transparency and accountability.

Cycle 2 of the project is expected to be completed in the next two months while Cycle 3 is on the Social Preparation Stage. This will focus on big impact projects, said Velasco.(JSC/PSM/PIA6 Antique)

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